[Children's mural at South Station]
Original Airdate: 5/15/1990
Item Type: newstape - edited story master
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Description : Abstract
This tape includes a short piece documenting a celebration at the Grand Concourse in South Station. Students and city officials celebrate the unveiling of a mural created by Sidewalk Sam and Boston elementary-school students. The mural is made up of personal drawings by students and it celebrates ethnic diversity and racial harmony in Boston. A choir of students performs in South Station. A city official congratulates the students. Sidewalk Sam leads students in a cheer. This tape includes additional footage of the celebration at South Station. Ray Flynn looks on as a student choir performs. Additional footage includes shots of the mural.
Subject : Keywords
Art and artists
Cultural and social events
Subject : Personal Names
Guillemin, Robert (Sidewalk Sam)
Type : Genre
News - Television
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